The Berliner Philharmoniker in three-dimensional soundWith Immersive Audio, you can enjoy the sound of the Berliner Philharmoniker in the Digital Concert Hall in its spatial dimensions. By reproducing the unique acoustics of the Philharmonie Berlin, you are completely immersed in the music while listening – almost like being in the auditorium.
- Kirill Petrenko conducts Mahler’s Sixth Symphony
- Janine Jansen plays Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto
- John Williams conducts John Williams
- Iván Fischer and Anna Vinnitskaya
- Kirill Petrenko and Daniel Barenboim
- Teodor Currentzis’s debut with Verdi’s Requiem
- Gustavo Dudamel conducts Bernstein and Shostakovich
- Andris Nelsons conducts Mahler’s Second Symphony
- Gustavo Dudamel conducts Mahler’s Second Symphony
- Kirill Petrenko conducts Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninov
- Zubin Mehta conducts Bruckner and Messiaen
- Gustavo Dudamel conducts Mahler’s Fifth Symphony
- Sir Simon Rattle conducts Schumann and Lachenmann
- Simon Rattle conducts Ginastera and Britten
- Concert from the Waldbühne with Martin Grubinger and Wayne Marshall
The three-dimensional concert experience with Immersive Audio is based on Dolby Atmos. There are numerous devices that are Dolby Atmos-compatible, from simple headphones to home cinema equipment with several speakers.
Are you using the Digital Concert Hall TV app? Connect a Dolby Atmos-enabled AV receiver or soundbar with Dolby Atmos support. In your own home, it will sound almost like being in the auditorium.
Enjoy Immersive Audio wherever and whenever you want: with the Digital Concert Hall mobile app on a Dolby Atmos-enabled smartphone or tablet. For the ideal sound experience, use headphones that also support Dolby Atmos. The Digital Concert Hall website also offers immersive audio on certain devices.
- What is Immersive Audio (Dolby Atmos)? In the Philharmonie Berlin, the unique sound of the Berliner Philharmoniker meets an important component of the musical experience: space. It is precisely this spatial experience that we want you to feel directly. We achieve this by recreating the spatiality of the auditorium with a complex algorithm when mixing the sound signal. And since every musical work has a different line-up and the instrumental groups are not always seated in the same place on stage, we create each mix with individual parameters for each individual work. An important role is played here by an upmix process specially adapted to the Philharmonie Berlin, which was developed by sound engineer Benedikt Schröder and, in collaboration with Andreas Wolf, is used to mix the concerts in the Digital Concert Hall. This then converts the concert recordings in stereo into Dolby Atmos 7.1.4. The new Immersive Audio format is available at no extra cost.
- How can I listen to concerts in Immersive Audio (Dolby Atmos)? On our website, you can select the audio quality you want directly in the video player using the cogwheel icon. Your selection is then permanently saved for the corresponding device until you change it again. In the Digital Concert Hall mobile apps, you will also find this setting option in your user account under the menu item “Settings”. If you use our TV app, you can adjust the audio quality on your device using your remote control.
- Which devices support Immersive Audio (Dolby Atmos)? The Digital Concert Hall offers immersive audio on current devices on the web (MacOS/Safari), on mobile devices (Android/iOS) and on TVs from the manufacturers LG, Panasonic, Philips and Sony, as well as on the streaming devices Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV and devices with Google TV. The respective device must either be capable of playing Dolby Atmos itself or be supplemented by suitable headphones or soundbars/AV receivers.
You can find more details about the playback devices supported by the Digital Concert Hall in the Frequently Asked Questions section.